Surrounded by burgeoning creativity, restaurants, bars and independent shops, the hotel's design is fittingly contemporary, but with touches that nod to the neoclassical: burnished pendant lights hang over the marble bar, where dark leather armchairs face black walls lined with 20th-century drawings; spindly cane chairs and exposed black varnished wood beams contrast with bright views from floor-to-ceiling windows. On the ninth-floor rooftop, a pool and bar possess fantastic vistas of Cerro San Cristóbal and the city skyline. Below, a wellness centre and spa focus on revitalising treatments for body and soul, and a chic, atmospheric restaurant serves French cuisine with a Chilean twist. Spacious rooms expertly combine form and function: geometric and architectural artworks line walls, with neutral tones enhanced by wood tables and plenty of gold trims. Bathrooms are marble, sofas are deep, and The Singular Santiago certainly lives up to its name.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.